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When I respond, or seek responses, I think of the Internet Republic and the people [[whump]] and the places who have made our water world Eden brave and free and fair. Permitted, required, and impossible. Stand alone or stand with, whose choice to what degree [[Thn/]] O[[thn/]]ne water world Eden under "We the people" – created by whom?

Metabolic and life style issues re: exercise. Also food as a stimulus to thinking.

The Fat Trap
By TARA PARKER-POPE
Published: December 28, 2011
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For 15 years, Joseph Proietto has been helping people lose weight. When these obese patients arrive at his weight-loss clinic in Australia, they are determined to slim down. And most of the time, he says, they do just that, sticking to the clinic’s program and dropping excess pounds. But then, almost without exception, the weight begins to creep back. In a matter of months or years, the entire effort has come undone, and the patient is fat again. “It has always seemed strange to me,” says Proietto, who is a physician at the University of Melbourne. “These are people who are very motivated to lose weight, who achieve weight loss most of the time without too much trouble and yet, inevitably, gradually, they regain the weight.”

Filed under: excess pounds, linkedin, mail print, obese patients, tara parker pope, Uncategorized, university of melbourne

Not sure how this error message came up this time. Don’t’ recall having sent an email yet. Perhaps simply because “other’ was checked in the “How do you know…” field?

Invitations & Connecting

Connecting to someone on LinkedIn implies that you know them well:

They’ll have access to people you know
Others may ask you about them and vice versa
You’ll get updates on their activity
LinkedIn lets you invite colleagues, classmates, friends and business partners without entering their email addresses.

However, recipients can indicate that they don’t know you. If they do, you’ll be asked to enter an email address with each future invitation.

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Not sure how this error message came up this time. Don’t’ recall having sent an email yet. Perhaps simply because “other’ was checked in the “How do you know…” field?

SECOND EDIT:
So now, what needs to know is can I waive the need to know my email address, or make my email address public in my profile?

The only way who can afford to know me publicly is to come as one of the least of us.

But, then does that risk the security of the whole system? Will so many people be linked to one person.. Well, they should be able to control… yeah they can make sure ho needs to know their email address to even knock on their door.

Filed under: business partners, classmates, email addresses, error message, linkedin, time don, Uncategorized

What’s your idea for LinkedIn?

( ) Colleague ( ) Classmate ( ) We’ve done business together ( ) Friend ( ) Other ( ) I don’t know Sarah

What’s your idea for LinkedIn?

=============NH:
A federal court order requiring message templates carry the above, or similar, disclaimers.
Likewise on recipients message templates which must be checked the first 20 times before messages can be opened.
xref: Facebook problems with abuse.

Therefore, when who offers to let you to sign in using Facebook, the court order should require the user can prohibit the demand for access to all friends, profile, and other information – and only voluntarily grant that [Whum um (air brake)]. Should those people now extorting that information [tnk/] for convince, be permitted [whum] to pay [WHMP RHm ] for it? Or is it an unalienable right? And does the Catholic Church have a position on it? And which justices would need to recuse themselves if so?
===========Null Hypothesis//

This is why it’s going [rhnrhrnrhnr] to be a $300,000 dollar consulting bill by the time the smoke clears; xref: The Egyptian Secretary of Tourism and the MBIK {xref: Moby Dick} consulting offered to business world wide on polite ways to orchestrate social networks; xref: qibla and prayer line logic (s)…

Filed under: felony crime, first amendment rights, linkedin, mail service, paypal, Uncategorized, whum

Linked in brought you to my attention… {{A “Do not disturb” message was generated from “I do not know…” but at least it advised to go back to whose profile; xref: the idea to require one round trip communication to permit whom to get in. perhaps two.

LinkedIn brought you to my attention, but then told me I couldn't respond to you unless I knew you - not my idea of politeness, or good mental health; tension created by responses not unpainted (expressed). No on and off switch for the LinkedIn unrequested offers. No welcome mat settings to let you link so I can know you're interested in watching whose glass house. No further voice, er, choice, to show you're open to a call back. Simply intimidation. Sure it might jog whose memory, but it also creates memories in who has to see the picture (Every picture tells a story) - and then it denies whom the right to respond to what who has experienced?! Mental illness personified. [thnk/] Screen Shot 2011-12-26 at 6.07.32 AM

LinkedIn brought you to my attention, but then told me I couldn’t respond to you unless I knew you – not my idea of politeness, or good mental health; tension created by responses not unpainted (expressed). No on and off switch for the LinkedIn unrequested offers. No welcome mat settings to let you link so I can know you’re interested in watching whose glass house. No further voice, er, choice, to show you’re open to a call back. Simply intimidation. Sure it might jog whose memory, but it also creates memories in who has to see the picture (Every picture tells a story) – and then it denies whom the right to respond to what who has experienced?! Mental illness personified. [thnk/] Screen Shot 2011-12-26 at 6.07.32 AM

'People you MIGHT know', plaintiff vs. 'People you MAY know', defendant - Screen Shot 2011-12-26 at 6.14.54 AM

“People you MIGHT know,” vs. “People you MAY know,” sounds like LinkedIn is aware [thn/]

Peace upon you, how are you? LinkedIn brought you to my attention. I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.

– William / haji Moham Hale / Omar

Linked in brought you to my attention… {{A “Do not disturb” message was generated from “I do not know…” but at least it advised to go back to whose profile; xref: the idea to require one round trip communication to permit whom to get in. perhaps two.

LinkedIn brought you to my attention, SL. I do a lot of reading and responding at NYTimes.com, and LinkedIn mentioned your bio had NYTimes, London in it. I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.

– William / haji Moham Hale / Omar

Filed under: haji, linkedin, moham, nytimes, peace upon, professional network, Uncategorized

“Invite Sarah…” xref: LinkedIn and Facebook: please compare the professionalism of your Linkedin message form with your Facebook right margin parade of 1+ temptations / offers – and then put your heads together to avoid hanging guilt trips on…

http://www.linkedin.com/inviteFromProfile?isFromProfile=true&from=profile&key=127158930&firstName=Sarah&lastName={{Programming error to include real last name in IP address??}}&authToken=n5kB&authType=name&trk=nmp_pymk_connect

Invite Sarah [thn/]... Screen Shot 2011-12-26 at 12.57.44 AM

( ) Colleague {{‘[thn/]’}} ( ) Classmate ( ) We’ve done business together ( ) Friend ( ) Other (*) I don’t know Sarah
Invite Sarah [thn/]… Screen Shot 2011-12-26 at 12.57.44 AM – Notice use of first name only when.
Note: ‘Other’ = ‘private’ by user’s choice**

“Invite Sarah…” xref: LinkedIn and Facebook: please compare the professionalism of your Linkedin message form with your Facebook right margin parade of 1+ temptations / offers – and then put your heads together to avoid hanging guilt trips on Facebook members who are willing to use the limited [thn/] choice (s) offered to reach out – but start to get, “If you don’t know…” and “…to prevent abuse” and “Blocked for two days” responses from Facebook – without the member (s) who are being contacted having a thing to say about it. The good news is, anyone can repent and be forgiven by the 100% i n d e p e n d e n c e (God) for any* sin, without the need to confess. So, come on Facebook, please let us be independent and work with you, LinkedIn to apply your Linkedin model which offers, “I don’t know Sarah…”, as a way to categorize a polite message. Or, at least say, “You must send a message and get an answer before you can offer friendship,”

**xref: you refusing to let us put in locations in our profile we feel best reflect where we ‘live’, but instead you demand zip codes and streets now, Facebook. Why?

Filed under: business relationship, classmate, Colleague, control, facebook, forcing vs. enticing, friend, guilt trips, linkedin, Mail Boxes Etc. City Hall ScreenName, other, polite message, private user choice, thn, Uncategorized, UPS

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